In 2017 the lodging demand for the Inland Empire is estimated to increase by 2.6 percent, outpacing supply growth of 2.2 percent, with occupancy levels estimated to end the year at 76.1 percent at an average daily rate of $112.73. In 2018 the overall occupancy is forecast to decrease to 75.7 percent, with the number of occupied rooms forecasted to increase by 4.1 percent. The following table estimated the Inland Empire’s historical and projected supply, demand, occupancy and average room rate.

Greetings from Michael Krouse


It never ceases to amaze me all the unique places in the Greater Ontario area. The video we shot this month was at Logan’s Candies. It was like visiting Mayberry – now I’m really dating myself. All of you too young to know what Mayberry is you’ll need to visit Google. I took on the challenge and worked on the handmade candy cane line. It was a lot of fun and I can highly recommend making a stop during the holidays to watch the process in person.